MONTHLY WRAP-UP: WELCOME TO MARCH!

Another month bites the dust.  February was a good month, with lots of intriguing titles.

FAVORITE FEBRUARY READ:

Genres: 

     Mysteries/Thrillers:  3

    Contemporary Fiction:  6

    Historical Fiction:  1

 

Here are my books, linked to my reviews:

FEBRUARY 2019:

1.Best of Us, The  (e-book), by Robyn Carr – (336 pages) – (contemporary fiction) – 2/9/19

2.Daisy Jones & the Six (e-book), by Taylor Jenkins Reid – (368 pages) – (historical fiction) – 2/11/19 – (NG-3/5/19)

3.Don’t Wake Up (e-book), by Liz Lawler – (368 pages) – (suspense thriller) – 2/26/19

4.Late in the Day (e-book), by Tessa Hadley – (277 pages) – (contemporary fiction) – 2/18/19

5.Making of Us, The (e-book), by Lisa Jewell – (403 pages) – (contemporary fiction) – 2/15/19 (Library Book)

6.Not Here (e-book), by Genevieve Nocovo – (218 pages) – (contemporary fiction/suspense) – 2/12/19 (Author Review Book)

7.On Turpentine Lane (e-book), by Elinor Lipman – (322 pages) – (contemporary fiction) – 2/27/19

8.She Lies in Wait (e-book), by Gytha Lodge  – (368 pages) – (suspense thriller) – 2/23/19

9.Untouchable (e-book), by Jayne Ann Krentz – (303 pages) – (mystery) – 2/5/19

10.Woman Who Kept Everything, The (e-book), by Jane Gilley – (777 KB) – (contemporary fiction) – 2/2/19

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NUMBER OF BOOKS READ IN  FEBRUARY 2019:    10

NUMBER OF PAGES READ IN FEBRUARY:  2,963

BOOKS READ YTD:   20

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How was February for you?

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12 thoughts on “MONTHLY WRAP-UP: WELCOME TO MARCH!

  1. Diane

    Great month Laurel. I have a few of those on my TBR list. I see eBooks are your preferred type of book – I’m getting there especially for font size adjustments these days:(

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  2. Andrea C.

    Don’t Wake Up has been added to my TBR list (thank you!) I am always on the hunt for a good thriller. I am sure your reading book list is HUGE but something to consider for a future read is “The Light of Our Yesterdays” by Ken Hansen. It was a rare find through book club (we have been focusing on indie authors) and I can’t say enough about it. The book is for anyone who enjoy thrillers/mysteries with something deeper and more philosophical included. Unfortunately, in today’s world I feel that intolerance of other people’s religions and cultures has become a more accepted practice and this book really puts a new perspective on that. For example, it gives one Islamic terrorist’s views, but allows him to struggle through his interpretation of his Qur’an to try to determine if what he is doing is right. You can read the full synopsis here: https://kennethjhansen.com/
    Hope you enjoy it as much as I did!

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